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Democracy Now! Wednesday, April 14, 2010


Published April 14, 2010


Headlines

* Summit Sets 4-Year Timetable for Safeguarding Nuke Materials
* US Continues Push for Iran Sanctions
* Obama: US Can’t Impose Mideast Peace
* Israel: Hezbollah Receiving Scud Missiles from Syria
* Over 400 Killed in China Quake
* Michelle Obama, Jill Biden Visit Haiti
* Obama to Attend Funeral for Polish President
* Brazilian Rancher Found Guilty in Murder of US Nun
* 8 Red Cross Workers Kidnapped in DRC
* Arson Suspected in Fire at Greenpeace Indonesian Camp
* Gates Criticizes WikiLeaks for Releasing Video of US Attack
* Arizona Bill Forces Officers to Determine Immigration Status
* Nebraska Gov. Signs Anti-Abortion Measures
* Video Captures Md. Police Beating of Unarmed Student
* Dem. Wins Vacant House Seat in Florida


Was Obama Nuke Summit Necessary or Just "Nuclear Alarmism"? And What About Israel’s Arsenal?

President Obama concluded an international summit on nuclear security in Washington, DC Tuesday after securing pledges from dozens of nations to eliminate or safeguard all vulnerable nuclear materials within four years. We speak with political science professor, John Mueller, author of Atomic Obsession: Nuclear Alarmism from Hiroshima to Al-Qaeda, and John Steinbach, who has studied Israel’s nuclear weapons program.

Charles Bowden on "Murder City: Ciudad Juárez and the Global Economy’s New Killing Fields"

First Lady Michelle Obama arrived in Mexico City Tuesday night after making a stop in Haiti on her first official trip abroad without the president. Her trip to Mexico comes as a new report by the Mexican government has found the death toll from the so-called drug war is much higher than previously thought. Nearly 23,000 people have been killed in drug-related violence in Mexico since a US-backed military crackdown on cartels began more than three years ago. The report said 2009 was the deadliest year in the drug war, with over 9,600 people killed. The death toll is on track to be even higher in 2010. We speak to reporter Charles Bowden, author of Murder City: Ciudad Juárez and the Global Economy’s New Killing Fields.

World-Renowned Scientist Dr. Theo Colborn on the Health Effects of Water Contamination from Fracking

The Environmental Protection Agency has begun a review of how the drilling process known as hydraulic fracturing, or "fracking," can affect drinking water quality. We speak to Dr. Theo Colborn, the president of the Endocrine Disruption Exchange and one of the foremost experts on the health and environmental effects of the toxic chemicals used in fracking.


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